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  • Investigation :The GCA can consider any information from any source e.g. information in the public domain, whistleblowers and trade associations, in compiling its investigation. However, where information could lead to identifying its source, this information cannot be used. The Government recognised that, in particular, where it is a supplier, this could lead to “retaliatory treatment by the retailer” and would also lead to suppliers being reluctant to raise concerns to GCA. Redresses the balance between suppliers and retailers.There will be a triennial review as to whether information from third party sources is either assisting or hindering the GCA – this in recognition that the GCA could be burdened by a higher volume of lesser quality complaints.At present, the GCA is not able to directly impose a fine on retailer unless it is authorised by the Secretary of State by way of an Order.